by Robert Laurie, Western Journal:
As we know, James Comey likes to post pictures of himself looking at impressive things. It’s one of the ways that he conveys the totally-not-manufactured image of being a righteous, upstanding guy who cares deeply about the country. Who can forget his self-important ruminations as he gazed upon the Statue of Liberty?
Well, over the weekend, as the ridiculous “Russian collusion” conspiracy theory came crashing down, James Comey was once again out and about, enjoying nature. Like Robert Francis O’Rourke, he was walking the land, exploring, and thinking what were, no doubt, very deep thoughts.
First, he looked at the ocean and pondered the unknowable expanse of ‘geologic time.”
Geologic time offers useful perspective. pic.twitter.com/tbnjjbt8rE
— James Comey (@Comey) 23 March 2019
Then, he wandered the forest moon of Endor, where he pondered “so many questions.”
OK, fine. Endor’s not real. He’s in California…
So many questions. pic.twitter.com/66KaR52Kk8
— James Comey (@Comey) 24 March 2019
Maybe, just maybe, those questions included “How much trouble am I in?” and “Will I spend geologic time behind bars?”
After all, it’s clear that Comey’s congressional testimony was dodgy at best. Not only did he fudge his answers about leaking classified material to the press, he also (as Dan reported earlier) knew more about the Steele dossier than he wanted to admit.
Perhaps that’s why Lindsey Graham appears to be threatening Comey with another round of interrogation – this time predicated on the idea that there was never any reason for the former FBI chief to feel “queasy” in the first place. Unless, of course, he was doing something untoward…